"Dirt Road Prayer" as written by and Nicolle Anne/geesbreght Galyon....
Let the light shine on my mama
She’s been worried ‘bout me
And I can tell she’s tired
Walk my brother in a straight line
I know he’s only sixteen
But he’s been playing with fire
Give my grandpa a little peace and quiet
I can feel the years of hard work in his hands
Make my days pass just a little bit slower
I’ve been runnin’ so fast I’ve forgotten who I am

And so I go where the green grass grows
The weeds are high and the sun hangs low
Look to the sky and I say, hello
Like it’s the very first time
It doesn’t matter how long it’s been
I can talk to God like he’s my best friend
Take my heart lay it down again right there
In a dirt road prayer

He’s a good guy
Looks dad in the eye
And I wonder if you made him just for me
But before I fall give me patience
Until you show me where to take this

And so I go where the green grass grows
The weeds are high and the sun hangs low
Look to the sky and I say, hello
Like it’s the very first time
It doesn’t matter how long it’s been
I can talk to God like he’s my best friend
Take my heart lay it down again right there
In a dirt road prayer

It’s good to know I can

Always go where the green grass grows
The weeds are high and the sun hangs low
Look to the sky and I say hello
Oh, yeah
It doesn’t matter how long it’s been
I can talk to God like he’s my best friend
Take my heart and lay it down again right there
In a dirt road prayer
Yeah, yeah

In a dirt road prayer
Yeah, yeah


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"Dirt Road Prayer" as written by Nicolle Galyon April Geesbreght

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